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Regional Market Reports

Why did prices go up in one city and not in another? Did local steel production increase? What are scrap prices going to do next month? The answers are in these reports.   

 

Static market conditions keep pig iron prices flat in July

By Sean Barry - July 17, 2017

Pig iron prices continued to trade sideways in July as demand for material remained relatively stable, while supply flows improve marginally following the start-up of the Ukrainian pig iron producer Donetskstal (DMZ).
 

Prices rangebound in Youngstown on stable market conditions

By Sean Barry - July 12, 2017

Ferrous scrap prices in Youngstown managed to maintain their levels in July as supply and demand found an equilibrium despite a push by holders of material to secure a bump in prime grades due to a lingering tightness. 

Cleveland scrap prices flat in July as market in balance

By Sean Barry - July 12, 2017

Ferrous scrap prices held their ground across the board in Cleveland in July as supply and demand reached parity and did not justify a move either way.

St. Louis market unmoved in July

By Sean Barry - July 12, 2017

Prices for ferrous scrap in the St. Louis market remained flat in July as sellers and buyers eventually agreed that balanced market conditions did not justify a swing either up or down.

Balanced market keeps Pittsburgh unchanged in July

By Sean Barry - July 12, 2017

Balanced market conditions kept Pittsburgh ferrous scrap prices locked in a holding pattern in July despite a push by sellers to secure increases for certain grades like busheling and bundles.

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